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The Ages of Finance: A Timeline of Markets
Happy Sunday, everyone!
I am really excited to announce the launch of a brand-new feature on Investor Amnesia: The Ages of Finance: A Timeline of Markets. This comprehensive timeline provides a unique and engaging exploration of financial history across centuries.
Why Create This Timeline?
Have you ever wondered about….
- When the stock ticker was invented?
- When the first mutual fund was created? It’s older than you think!
- When was the first inflation-indexed bond created?
Using The Ages of Finance timeline, you can easily find the answers to these questions and more. In addition, this timeline helps visualize the annals of financial history, so that readers can see how finance has evolved over time.
This timeline is designed to complement the wealth of free resources currently available on Investor Amnesia, including Historical Data and the financial history Library offering an extensive archive of primary sources dating back to 1688.
- Filter by Category: Milestones & Innovations, Equities, Commodities, Debt, Manias & Crashes
- Jump to Specific Years for Targeted Exploration
- Dig Deeper on an Event Using the “Read More” Resources
- Captivating Images Bring the History of Finance to Life
Please note that as a living timeline, The Ages of Finance will continue to be populated with new events, ensuring it remains a valuable resource for anyone with an interest in the history of finance. I encourage you to explore this new feature and experience the fascinating journey through the ages of finance, witnessing the innovations, transformations, and key moments that have shaped the financial landscape we know today.
If you like the new feature, please share on Twitter and with friends and/or colleagues!